Q CLARION UNIVERSITY t| 9mmmt '^ OF PENNSYLVANIA fess ClARIOK/ PA. Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation http://www.archive.org/details/sequelle1991clar Student Life 18 Academics 68 Fine Arts 92 Groups and Greeks 116 Sports 160 Seniors 194 Sequelle 1991 Melanie Hoffman Clarion University of Pennsylvania Melanie Hoffman Editor - in - Chief /Fall Elaine Rebick Editor - in - Chief/Spring Crissa Malizia Photography Editor Inez Baker Advisor Volume 82 Copyright 1991 Sequelle Clarion University of Pa. Clarion, PA 16214 (814) 226-2427 University Enrollment 6,618 Opening 1 tfefeij^witiiiii i<' I ill .*i.f i i L'i .1-1—., I J 'iirw^ » i t FJa)ne Rebick 2 Opening w '<i0. 4 , :..j^- a^' Opening 3 I Meluiie Hoffnun 4 Opening I MeUnie Hoffnun Opening 5 6 Opening Opening 7 Meluue Hoffnun opening 9 10 Opening Opening 11 12 Opening MeUnk Hofftiun Opening 13 14 Opening Opening 15 .c^?; V ^N^^S^ 16 Opening Opening 17 student J^e President Diane Rienhard crowns 1990 Homecoming Queen Robin Muiig during halftime ceremonies. Clarion students exercise their class frustrations away with aerobics on campus. Hangin' out in front of the library "scoping" is a Clarion favorite. 18 Student Life LARI s Candids onl 20 Student Life ampus Student Life 21 Homecoming I Cinricn crowned its first Homecoming riing in 1990, as Robin Mulig and Mark Matraccini joined the tanks of Cation royal- ty. The official crowning cetemony took place at halftime of the Clation-Lock Haven football game. Mulig, a senior Elementary Education major from Pittsburgh, and Mar- raccini, a junior Communication/Marketing major from Elizabeth, were sponsored by Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority. The queen's court was made up of seniors Crissa Malizia and Melissa Thompson, ju- niors Lori Sloan and Kimberly Wyland, sophomores Kelly Brady, Terri Ann Brum- baugh and Nicole Davies, and freshmen Heather Holsinger and Tricia Gerstel. The king's royal entourage consisted of seniors David Burandt and Peter McMillen. -Philip Porter King Ai ALF Week 24 Student Life 1990 Fall Cabaret The African -American Student Union celebrated homecoming at their Fall Cabaret A.A.S.U. sponsors the semi -formal dinner dance and encourages students to attend. This year a Homecoming Queen and court were added to the Cabaret festivities. The recipient of the crown was Paula Sellers and her court, Nicole Briddell, Taloria Hamilton, and Michelle Lanier. Student Life 25 Modes Don't land on me. Please, don't land on me. Candids on y -V 28 Student Life Campus Student Life 29 Students who served C.U.P. in the Gulf Student Mideast Crisis 32 Student Life iNHIiifllllflltlt t 1 i i "^ AP Press , , 1 B 8 1 Wi'" i Student Life 33 Diane Weikal and Mark Sebunia work between classes at the Special Activities Office. n Brian DelCastello and Becca Savage find time between classes for some friendly conversation 34 Student Life Residents of Becht Hall enjoy an afternoon conversation. Melanie Hotlman Student Life 35 In true Clarion tradition, Activities Day attractions were relocated from outside of Harvey Hall to inside Tippin Gymnasium, due to the weather. Although exhibits were moved, there was still a crowd of curious students in attendance. Moods were slightly dampened when the balloon rides scheduled for Ralston Field were cancelled. Despite the weather, Activities Day was again a success. The international students host a table of famil- iat and foreign cuisine. 36 Student Life ^ A Clarion student explores new worlds through a a microscope. Some Alpha Sigma Alpha sisters enjoy the work of a talented artist. Health Careers Club members full of smiles. cv-^^-vyx§!-"'^^^'^ Life 37 Clarion University united with Clarion Township this year to fight the proposed Concord hazardous waste facility. The proposed facility would be in Clarion County and would affect the university and towns as far away as Pittsburgh. Students fought for their temporary home by attending rallies such as this one to greet Governor Robert Casey in Shippenville. There was a large student turnout and general disappointment when Casey could not attend because of the weather. Protect the Environment and Children Everywhere (PEACE) organized petitions, letter -writing campaigns and phone-in campaigns. Many of Clarion University's professors encouraged their students to take action. It was under their leadership that many students were kept informed about what was happening and what to do next. Signs were all over town and campus protesting the facility and Act 108 which would put the processing facility in Clarion County. — Laurie Anderson WX'vX-frX'^^-'' 38 Student Life Mrlanic Hoffman Melanie Hoffman MrUnie Hoffma. Student Life 39 40 Student Life Student Life 41 Eighty -Eight D 42 Student Life 88D is an all -acoustic band that was started at Clarion University, May of 1990, by Neil Axler, Patrick Buzzard, and Jacy. In September 88D added a fourth member to the band percussionist Matt Gottshalk. Tim Downs, the man behind 88D, was as much a part of the band as any of the other four members, helping out with promotions. The band got its name from the address of Neil, Patrick and Tim, 88D Greenville Avenue. 88D started by playing music this summer on the front porch of their apartment. Then the band began playing for parties at Clarion, Indiana, and Penn State Universities. They also played at Bed- rock Cafe and were the opening band for Charlie Ashton and the Returns. In addition to these ac- complishments, 88D won first place out of four- teen bands at lUP's Unplugged and placed second at Battle of the Bands in Clarion. Although the members of 88D are planning to go their separate ways, the band will always be a life -long memory for its members. Tim Downs (manager and promotions). Matt Gottshalk, Neil Axler, Jacy and Patrick Buzzard. Student Life 45 There's a place I know People are strange.. 44 Student Life Lisa McCartney Bedrock Cafe workers prepare non-alcoholic beverages for stu- dents at the bar. Where all the hipsters go... Lisa McCartney "Mamas don't let your babies grow up to impersonate Willie Nelson." I Student Life 45 I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. -Thoreau 46 Student Life The river, the trees... that thing in Franl<"s hand. Pam Moore Taking a trip in the woods 15 a typical Clarion activity Student Life 47 Back for More Sue Caylor, a returning adult student, uses a locker in Harvey Hall basement to hold her belongings throughout the day. Student Life The commuter lounge in Harvey Hall basement provides both an eating and study area for students. Student Life 49 "Picture Yourself" "Picture Yourself was sponsored by the yearbook for the first time this year. Held at the Chapel Theatre, stu- dents were invited to come by themselves or with a group to have their picture put in the yearbook. This idea was incorporated to give Clarion students more of a chance to see themselves in the yearbook. This will be an annual event at Clarion. The yearbook staff hopes that everyone will continue to make an ef- fort and participate to make next year's "Picture Yourself even better. 50 Student Life -■«' :udent Life 51 ESj^'' ■"-''*: i ;. ^ ■.^^C^.^JI?**,^^;^' * ■^..*''*^ llv m^m- ■?!> m WjawSjl II ~"^'"' ^ "^ ^m A-^^ <»^ -ifi^ Student 52 Life '^i^ Student Life 53 'No pain. 54 Student Life t. 1 No gain Student Life 55 ''Home Away "Hey, I'm trying to study.' % Student Life From Home y y "If I could just make it to the car." Student Life 57 Candids on 58 Student Life Campus 60 Student Life Student Life 61 Current Events World Leaders welcomed a united Germany mto thi tional community U months after the Berlin Wall fell peaceful revolt that cast aside communist East Germany Nelson Mandela, one of the World's most celebrated political prisoners, was freed from serving a life sentence for allegedly plotting to sabotage and overthrow the white government. 62 Student Life It was crude, even lewd. Many people said that Roseanne Barr was a disgtace for her shrill rendition of the National Anthem at a National League double-header and a crude on-field gesture afterward. But others simply said, "Lighten up!" David H. Souter, a mild-mannered, well-read and previously little known |udge from New Hampshire, became history's 150th Supreme Court Justice in October after pledging to "do equal right to the poor and to the rich." Student Life 63 53-year-olci Iraqi President Saddam Hussein before the devas tating ruin of his country during the Gulf War. James "Buster" Douglas wore a world heavyweight champion ship belt after his stunning knockout of Mike Tyson in Tokyt The U.S. Census Bureau is spending $2.7 million to tally h. less Americans, but critics fear an undercount will allow th government to justify cuts in services. 64 Student Life President Bush and Soviet Presidcii Gorbachev shook handu and signed agreements. The Cincinnati Reds, given no chance to beat the Oaicland A's, needed only four quick games to win the World Series in one of the biggest upsets in baseball history. Candids on ""V Melanie Hoffman 66 Student Life Campus Student Life 67 fAcadcvxics A large part of academics consists of observation. Through observing others perform various tasks, students can then see "hands-on" applica- tions which they can try when the time comes. This type of education makes classroom learning more meaningful. Academic life doesn't have to be dull. This student is enjoying her day while spending time with children. Through the College of Education, she will have the opportunity to work with children as a professional. Students cooperate with each other, not only in the classroom as shown here, but outside as well. Students can always count on each other while striving to achieve their individual goals. 68 Academics College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Michalski has been very active outside of his university duties. He has been involved in research activities and written numerous articles which have been published nation wide. Some of the organiza- tions Dr. Michalski has served as President are: Pennsylvania Music Educators Association, Phi Beta Mu- National Bandmasters Fraternity, Penn- sylvania College Bandmasters Association and Board of Directors for Clarion Hospital. He has also been associated with Clarion Area School Board, Pennsylvania State Education Association, American Bandmasters Association and Interna- tional Youth and Music Festival. Dr. Michalski is most notable and his reputation precedes him as a conductor. His first guest con- ducting job was in 1959 and since that time he has conducted over 150 different festivals. Dr. Mi- chalski's most recent achievement was as Coordi- nator of Bands for the first playing of the Block- buster Bowl. In 1961 many traditions of the Clarion University Bands had their beginings. It was thirty years ago when a young man, who only two years previously received his Master's degree in Music Education, accepted the position of Director of Bands of Clarion State College. This young man was Stanley F. Michalski. Earning his Doctor of Education from Penn State in 1966, Dr. Michalski continued his education at the University of Pittsburgh, Wyo- ming Seminary and Clarion University. Since this time Dr. Michalski has well exceeded his duties as Conductor of bands. Students have seen him teach almost every type of music class offered at Clarion from music appreciation to con- ducting. In 1970 the annual Summer Clinic had its debut and two years later saw the debut of the annual President's Concert. Besides his musical ac- tivities. Dr. Michalski has been involved with other campus events. He has been chairman of the Col- lege Social Committee, University Disciplinary Board, University State Employee Combined Ap- peal (United Way) Fund Drive, as well as serving on several other committees. Dr. Michalski is still very active in his musical activities. This year he alone will conduct and perform at over 40 different events; but his home pride is performing with the Clarion University Bands. - Don Henry Dr. Stanley F. Michalski- 30 years of dedi( Clarion University Bands. ed service to the Ceramics students working on projects. I wonder what is underneath this stuff? 70 Academics Academics 71 College of Business Administration The College of Business Administration pro- vides students with a high quality environment for educational enrichment. The Venango Campus of - fers an Associate of Science degree with concen- trations in business administration or paralegal business studies. The Clarion Campus offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with majors in accountancy, administrative science, economics, finance and marketing. Also, Clarion University accepts approximately sixty -six students for a Master of Business Administration. The Col - lege of Business Administration provides several outreach services. These outreach services help the students to focus their education. Services such as the Small Business Development Center, Center for Economic Education, Industrial Resource Center and the Center for Accounting Education and Research. Dr. William Ross is one of the fifty -three faculty in the College of Business Administration. Director of the Center of Economic Research, Dr. Ross is the recipient of the Pew Charitable Trusts Fellow- ship award. Presented by the Joint Council on Economic Education, the award gives Dr. Ross the oppurtunity to work with local elementary and secondary school teachers. Dr. Ross can instruct the teachers on how to incorporate economics into their classroom instruction. Dr. Ross is only one example of how the College of Business Adminis- tration is offering a high quality environment for educational enrichment.- Don Henry 72 Academics .t Academics 73 College of Communication, Computer Information Science and Library Science The program (or the Department ot Communi- cation is designed to develop the student's ability to write and speak effectively, and to use other media — radio, television, film, photography, and the print medium — for specific purposes. Students are required to participate in co-curricular media activities to consist of at least one broadcast ori- ented organization and one print oriented organi- zation. Available broadcast organizations are Cable TV-5, WCUC-FM non-commercial FM radio sta- tion, and WCCB carrier current AM radio station. Print organizations are The Clarion Call campus newspaper and The Sequelle yearbook. The Department of Computer Information Sci- ence offers two majors. Computer Application and Information Systems (CAIS) and Computer Sci- ence (CS). CAIS prepares students for careers in application programing and systems analysis. Em- phasis is placed on the COBOL, programing lan- guage and on the principles necessary for computer usage in commercial, industrial, and governmental environments. CS prepares students for careers in systems programing, computer systems analysis, and computer system management. Emphasis is placed on mathematical foundations of computa- tion and principles of date organization and com- puter systems software. The State Council of Education approved a cur- riculum for the education of school librarians at Clarion University on December 3, 1937. The Li- brary Science program at Clarion not only meets state requirements for school librarianship, it quali- fies students for entry level positions in public and special libraries. A graduate program in Library Science accredited by the American Library Asso- ciation is offered. It prepares personnel for first - level professional positions in public, school, and special libraries.- Denise Murphy Karen Wright, a first time comedienne, does her best to keep the crowd excited during intermission at Battle of the Bands. 74 Academics Academics 75 College of Education During your elementary days, do you remember thinking about what it would be like to have the "Big Desk?" Now with the help of the College of Education many people finally get the "Big Desk " The college offers degrees in the areas of ele- mentary, special, childhood, and secondary educa- tion. Recently, the question was asked, "What do college students and second graders have in com- mon?" The answer is not as hard as one might think. In a course taught by Barbara Grugel, faculty member here at Clarion, college students and sec- ond graders from Keystone Elementary School had the opportunity to learn about each other through "Dialogue Journals." The second graders and Clar- ion students wrote back and forth telling each other about themselves and asking questions. The course is called Education 330 and it helps Clarion students learn about inventive spelling and chil- dren's writing. These journals help the second graders with their reading and writing skills. At the end of the semester, the second graders and Clarion students get together and have a celebration. - Jennifer Parks 76 Academics V X f \ Academics 77 Study Buddies Academics 76 Conquering New Horizons As the first woman president of Clarion University, Dr. Diane Reinhard represents a great leap forward for Clarion and its students. By the look on Chaz's face, we can guess that he's ready to graduate from this place. After spending years at Clarion, he's ready to move on to a great future. ^B 1 ***** ^m ^^^^k'-^^^^^H I K^l^k ^"^ |n A large crowd of family members and friends gathered at Marwick-Boyd Auditorium on Satur- day, December 15, 1990 for the annual Winter Commencement ceremony. Many Undergraduate and Graduate degrees were presented to the gradu - ates of the University. The afternoon began at 2:00 with a concert performed by the Festival Brass Players, followed by the processional and National Anthem. Speak- ers included President Diane Reinhard, the Presi- dent of the Alumni Association Thomas Steiner, and Ralph Watkins. Overall, the graduates have many opportunities opening up for them. The majority of graduates find jobs within the first year after graduation. Jobs such as education and business are often filled by former Clarion students. For the most part, the graduates are well prepared for the future. The education they receive at Clarion University bene- fits them in the career which they have chosen to pursue. -Jeff Tillich Graduation is a time of good-byes. However, there will always be those special moments with special friends that will never be forgotten- Academics Academics 81 Learning in the Classroom Lisa McCartney Academics 83 The Diversity Of Academics 84 Academics Elaine Rebick Academics 85 Giving Life to Literature Children are presented with a wide variety of stories. Draw talk, a form of storytelling, is used here to bring the story to life. The Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs are brought to life by Clarion's storytellers. This little boy appears i heart. aking the fight against illiteracy to Dr. Sherry DuPont, Assistant Professor of Edu- cation, organized the Clarion University Storytell- ers. These students were enrolled in her children's literature classes. Storytelling is the oldest form of giving infor- mation. Its six techniques; character imagery, pan- tomime, draw talk, felt board, rhythmic, and pup- peteering, have been used as educational tools for centuries. The main goal of the storytellers is to stimulate the children to read. They are also a first step effort to educate teachers to go into the classroom with creative ideas. Originally, their activities were con- fined to the students at the Clarion University Children's Center and Daycare Center. However, during their second year of existence they have expanded their focus beyond campus. During the fall semester they took their talents to the Boundary Street Elementary School in Clari- on and started a five week series of storytelling at the Clarion Free Library. The spring semester, Du- Pont planned to implement creative drama into the teaching of the elementary reading course. This enabled children to make inferences and go be- yond the printed word. -Denise Murphy 86 Academics Academics 87 Students Studying Outdoors Academics Academics 89 A Message to "Lean On" Joe "When things are rough, fight one more round. A diamond is just a piece of coal that stuck to its job." When Joe Clark came to Clarion University, he brought a message that we all should listen to. The bat -toting principal, from New Jersey, credited with building a model school out of a dangerous inner city school spoke to a packed audience at Marwick-Boyd Auditorium. When he paced the stage he said, "You are going to say one of two things when I leave: I love Joe Clark or I hate his guts. You will probably love me." Many of the students here at Clarion opted to love him when he left. Clark suggested that there are five things needed to improve education: discipline, accountability, high expectations of students, dedicated teachers and parents, and reduction of bureaucracy. Clark strongly believes teachers are the foundation of America. For these reasons he speaks out to college students and other groups, hoping to get the mes- sage across. Clark's message of self-reliance and political philosophy made many students think. "Whatever you do in this life, don't ever quit. To persist is to succeed. Some of you are going to miss success because it comes dressed in overalls and looks like work." With this thought in mind Clark closed his pre- sentation. That will, hopefully, prey on our minds for many years to come. -Jeniffer Parks Joe Clark, criticized the school administration, but also the student for not putting forth the effort to learn. 90 Academics Academics 91 ^inc !Arts Jim Brashear, the ceramics professor at Clarion Univer- sity, built a woodfired Anagama kiln this semester. The 3,000 year old design is traditional Japanese, with a tear drop shape built on a grade in a hillside. The kiln takes 3- 4 days to fire, completely by wood, to reach 2400 degrees F. in temperature. The Clarion University Concert Choir. Oscar Wilde's lS)th century comedy, "The Importance of Being Earnest," was the final Clarion University The- atre presentation of the 1990-1991 season. "The Impor- tance of Being Earnest is a comedy of manners reflecting the cultural standards of Victorian England at the end of the last century according to Oscar Wilde," said Dr. Mary Hardwick, professor of speech communication and the- atre, director of the performance. Chris Cancelmi 92 Fine Arts 94 Fine Arts Joe Pavbdc Fine Arts 95 Scapino Scapino, by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale, was the opening performance of the 1990-91 Clarion Uni- versity theatre season. The production took place in October at the Marwick-Boyd Little Theater. Scapino brought in Kenyon Gordon, a member of the Ridiculous Theater Company of New York City, to help with its production. Scapino follows the traditional story line of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, and boy finds girl. The young couple in love are Ottavio and Giancinta, played by Kevin Porringer and Laura Navas. An- other set of young lovers includes Leandro and Zerbinetta, played by Brian Bazala and Melissa Smith. The stern fathers that are included are Ar- gante and Geronte played by Jeff Powell and Frank Scherer. The rest of the cast included Michael Daily as Sylvestro, Scott Burden as Carlo, Kristen Spannagel as the nurse, Julie Findlan as a waitress, and Rob Moyer, DJ., and Sylvis as the harrassed waiters. 96 Fine Arts Blue Denim Blue Denim by James Leo Herlihy and William Noble, was the second production of the Clarion University Theatre for the 1990-91 season. The production took place in November at the Mar- wick-Boyd Little Theatre. Blue Denim is a touching and perceptive study of parents and children and the trouble that fol- lows. The troubled teenagers in the play were Arthur Bartley and Janet WiUard played by Derek Bish and Denise Lynch respectively. The parents were played by Chitral-de-Mel and Amy Rasom. Oth- er characters include Erica Krugh as Lillian Bart- ley and Michael Moats as Ernie Lacey. The assis- tant director of the production was Terry Nickline. Fine Arts 97 BATTLE OF Overall winner "Infinity" coming out for their final bow. "Four Warning" an acoustic classic rock band do- ing the crowd pleasing Eric Clapton Ballad, "Won- derful Tonight". i Fine Arts THE BANDS The 1991 version of Battle of the Bands has set the standard for years to come. The competition brought the best out of each band with excitement and pure energy blasting through the air. Also, the lack of rivalries made Battle of the Bands as fun for the performers as it was for the crowd. The six bands that performed were; Brother's Inc. and the T&T Horns (taking third place). Crystal Path, DemiUes Last Remake, 88D (taking second place), Four Warning, and Infinity in first place. _ Performing during the intermissions were; Jim Black and John Steele, Karen Wright, Dave Riley and Eddie Meyers. -Patrick Buzzard Jim Black, Patrick Buzzard and Jacy sing, "Knocking on Heavens Door" as a dedication to all men and women involved in the Gulf Crisis. Fine Arts 99 Kevin Gaul of "Crystal Path," while doing their rendition of a Police classic, "Message in a Bottle". After the smoke had cleared and the "Battle" was over, all of the bands come out for one last song to show after all, it was all for fun. 100 Fine Arts The Madrigal singers gave Clarion Uni- versity a refreshing melodic sound to Chandler Dining Hall, when they per- formed at the Madrigal Dinner held in December. The dinner was a reproduction of an Old English Christmas feast and the singers were dressed in l6th century period costumes. Later this year, they sang out again as they entertained audiences in Marwick- Boyd Auditorium. The Madrigal singers are Shelly Huff- man, Heather Linder, Bridgette McCleary, Jean Schoenbaum, Lynette Wimer, Cherie Boedicker, Julie Greer, Erin Murphy, Tammy Sheffler, Melissa Wetzel, John Bazter, Luke Crawford, Kenneth Jewell, Shane Knott, Joe Beredino, Scott Man- beck, Jason Papinchak, and Angelo Salvo. Fine Arts 101 Jeff Gureck: 102 Fine Arts go rilla .• :^C'w■erf^ , , . . : > ':;;TipaiU ■^ - The 11 :;l' gCri);". al.i:'.4i ;; AOQ ppaiids, bu' \ • iu\!i;: o rVo! tsll ar.il m^y v pouDds. Thp female gorilla :-■- :■ -sn the male. The sorilb has k'- •es. 32id broad shoukjers vvii!: ;■ l^ir-jc head Jiaf: protrudin?; j.r,-. -.;: ;-; :he ridgf of ihr 'Viiil. ;»■; sn-,,-l; ? :ojefher, and it '::■. .'■ps ."^Tii a flat nc.<c oriSlas. can sta-i:i '.Anc'^f. they iis'i ■' a fKr' Tx-.atins;. \ g.-^rill iiiil. an J g..r;.'.o ■»< ors one >yu!i,K .;'->. -..i; and she ni'.rsf-.-i th<- infant for i L= Tn^tur: wh.-n i! is ^bou> 1 it may )ivo for a^ long as ?(. >c 'iUa.s ?re iirgi^ ar.c' strons fev.- abo'jt J or 22 r:rf. All photographs on pages 102 and 103 were taken of Jeff Gurcckas work and printed with his permission. Fine Arts 103 The Eighth Annual Women's Conference was held March 22-23. The theme of the conference "Women's Stories; Anyone Can Fly," was taken from Faith Ringgold's imaginative story quilts. The Conference opened on Friday, March 22 with Jane Curry, who performed, "Samatha Rastles the Woman Question." The one-woman show tackled woman's issues through the eyes of Samatha Smith Allen, a character created by the 19th century humorist Marietta Holley. Prior to Faith Ringgold's address President Diane Reinhard offered the opening remarks. After Faith Ringold's presentation, four groups were formed to discuss; "Recording Our Stories," reflections through writing; "Crafting Our Vision," creation of visual symbols; and "Lifting Our Spirits," exploration through body movement. Following the discussion sessions a sit-down luncheon was catered by Clarion University's Lonnie Gilbert at Chandler Dining Hall. The luncheon featured the presentation to the winner of the Women's Conference Writing Contest, "Women's Stories." The conference was co- chaired by Mary Jo Phillips and Deborah King. The conference was also sponsored by various organizations and committees of Clarion University. Faith Ringgold, an internationally known African -American artist, was the keynote speaker at the Eighth Annual Women's Conference. Faith Ringgold's quilts narrate facets of her culture and history. She said that her work reveals "It's very easy, anyone can fly. All you need is somewhere to go that you can't get to any other way." 104 Fine Arts , This year Clarion University's Art Department invited two ceramic artists to give a a presentation and lecture for the ceramic classes and art students. Dave Hovland and Joe Bova displayed their skills in wheel -throwing and hand-building. Fine Arts 105 106 Fine Arts Elaine Rebick Ebint Rebick EkiiK- Reiwi Fine Arts 107 The annual Clarion University Student Art Show was held April 2-10 at the Sandford Gallery. The exhibition was presented by the Visual Art Associ- ation and was a juried exhibit that featured works from all students including non-art majors. The exhibit displayed works of ceramic, fiber, sculpture and painting. Elaine Rebick 108 Fine Arts In December, while we were stressing -out over our up-coming finals, the art department decided to lift our spirits by putting on Clarion University's first ornament show. From visual art classes to secretaries, over one hundred ornaments were entered. This ornament show will hopefully be the first of many to come. EUine Rebick Fine Arts 109 110 Fine Arts Fme Arts 111 "Caterpillar Yellow", a recognizable sculpture on Clarion University's campus said good-bye to us last fall. The sculpture by Rolf Westfall was put away in storage in order to make room for the student center project due in the immediate future. Caterpillar Yellow was on campus since 1974 and now rests at Clarion University's Memorial Stadium where it will be restored to be re -erected in the future. 112 Fine Arts The Importance of Being Ernest Fine Arts 113 114 Fine Arts EIauic Rcbick Fine Arts 115 I Qroups and Qreef^ A World of Opportunities Clarion University offers its students a wide variety of groups and clubs to join. From Bacchus to the American Marketing Association to the Science Fiction/Fantasy Club, those attending Clarion have many ways to enhance their educational and social experiences. Pictured are three members of Clarion's Student Senate. The Greek system at Clarion University is diverse and offers many opportunities to students who choose to join. The spring semester is always ended with "Greek Week" and is a time when fraternities and sororities battle for the Greek Week championship. Pictured are two sororities participating in the Greek Olympics. Fraternities and sororities also help out the Clarion Community with various fund-raising activities. Recent beneficiaries of the Greek system's philanthropies include the Clarion "Volunteer Fire Department and the American Cancer Society. Pictured is an event from Sigma Chi's Derby Days which is a fund -raiser for the Cleo Wallace Center, a home for children with learning disabilities. ^^i^BVVfrB^"^ ^»«*n w M v^v^B ■ a iS^ 116 Groups K A ^ KAPPA ALPHA PSI Membership: Rausheyed Rollins Damian Dourado Aaron Spears John Lovelace - Advisor A K A ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Membership; Tonya R. Poles Stacey Williams 118 Greeks Greeks 119 A X P ALPHA CHI RHO First Row: Dave Wingard, Chris Stuhlman, Dan Renninger, Steve Raisley, Todd Merely Second Row: Carl Jones, Mike Maysilles, Fred Montanero, Hohn Herriott Third Row: Scott Bright, Jeff Cooke, Dave Giles, Scot Reed, Mike Davis, Bob Colbert A S A ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA First Row: Lauri Lechner, Tracey Johnson, Kimberly Bradshaw, Donna Haines, Beth Borden, Dana McKenzie, Kathy Compston, Dru Chevillot, Carol Garity, Johanna Green Second Row: Denise Kelley, Juli Reuther, Lisa Brandon, Theresa Walaski, Chera Wurster, Kate Colna, Jen Marte, Margo Messer, Kay Peterson Third Row: Michele Rodgers, Jennifer O'Brien, Michele Churovia, Cindy Scully, Dr. Janice JoUey, Amy Nelson, Bonnetta Edwards, Brenda Rinaldi, Patty Shreve Fourth Row: Michelle Cover, Laura Tower, Michelle Gogolin, Karen Beebe, Debbi Greendoner, Nancy Persinski, Jennifer Glass, Carol Dolan, Melissa Matthews, Jill Moxer, Rose Barr, Deena Gargasz 120 Greeks ^^^--^^"■'1 i-^i^^^- Crusa Mftlizia ' '^ V -/ ^ M ,jHfl^ ^ ?5 iM ' 11 ^mi ^ ^ '^ ■kj^ ^* '5* Ali 't i: J nZ9 if Greeks 121 s X SIGMA CHI First Row; Pat Kahle, Jeff Kypta, Mick KoUer, Seth Bloomquist, Tricia Gerstel - Sweetheart, Jeff Walch, Mark "Boom Boom" Marraccini, Ron "Stress" Romeo. Second Row; Dave "The Total Package" Hennon, Jay Mondock, Paul "Hammer" Wolenski, Stuart Little, Tony "Rat" Willard, Lance "Lanny" McCoy, Eric "Bust that Bod" Mengel, Mike Fredrick. Third Row: Jim "Walrus" Roush, Drew Carriciolo, Chris "Mr. Finance" Thompson, Ron "Lewis" McAdams, Chad Lane, Peter B. McMiUen, Tom "Thos" Collins, Moose, Joe Mason A 2 T ALPHA SIGMA TAU Row 1: Sheila Stawarz, Claudine Marlett, Jody Hartley, Cindy Tatrai, Les Grumboski, Dawn Bezilla, Roxann Milton, Michelle Beigle. Row 2; JeNeanne Hess, Jen Davidson, Jen Dinkel, Karen Blanco, Kris Wiesen, Holly Racki, Jill Fornelli, Rochelle Heasley, Michelle Wyland, Monica Douglas, Kelly Brady, Sharin Bonanni, Jen Scharbach. Row 3: Jen Yaple, Tina DiGuilio, Peggy Hesidence, Teri Lee, Melissa Thompson, Robin Mulig, Shelley Mulig, Dianna Cameron, Tessie Dunmire, Barb Phillips, Michelle Beam, Beth Lawson, Shannon Karastury, Holly Kan- tenwein. Row 4: Tami Sten, Beth Toth, Shelly DePalma, Patty Hauber, Missy Sherwood, Sandra Lynn, Amy Turk, Sharon Grove, Amy Karolski, Anna Johnson, Mary Peduzzi, Maryann Schenker, Lori Sloan, Bonnie Belfiore, Lisa Amoroso, Marcy Jonas, Maria Zapsky, Christine Hart 122 Greeks Greeks 123 K A P KAPPA DELTA RHO First Row: Jon Winters, Carl Winner, Thad Lauer, Mike Mills, Bryan Whipple, Joel Barto, Tom Althoff, Scott Patton, Dirk Johnson, Greg Keeney, Dave Delvaux. Second Row: Chris Purdy, Jason Gray, B.C. Burford, Willie Barlett, Ian Head,Ju-Hyung Lee, Sean Stenson, Mike Bradley, Ken McCurdy, Jeff Potter, Stephen Walter. Third Row: Michael Coco, Todd McMillen, Bob Kinchloe, Tim Callen, Bridget Villani, Jerry Joyce, Steve Gaskell, Tim Mortimore, Tim Qaw- ford, Dave Huber. Fourth Row: Scott Schlentner, Kash Patel, Kerry Mauk, Ron Bickel, Dan Hrivnak, Brian Lucas, Les Smith, Steve Sample, Kevin Schifferli, Joe Berardelli, James Johnston, Barry Cherkas. A $ E DELTA PHI EPSILON «A,^n^ ^ \id: ^ -^.-^-U^ . JAc^.*-:'^^ ^i ~ First Row: Alysia Betres, Gretchen Bathurst, Vicki Bell, Joley Bundy, Betsy Letterle, Stacy Swidzinski, Jeannine Stasichin, Martine Zehner, Amy Cooper, Stacie Boca. Second Row: Leann Solesky Sue Kowalski, Jen Jones, Sandra Rivers, Tricia Gerstel, Susan Morgan, Nitskrk Normile, Michelle Watts, Deena Westphal, Alyse Dippold, Sue Alexander, Katie Roussey. Third Row: Lissa Affolter, Tamara Schnur, Stacy lezzi, Kim Smiley, Liz Chambers, Lorraine Cusic, Rosie Costanza, Laura Sweetland, Patti Porcuri. Fourth Row: Staci Healey, Kelly Adams, Kathy Kamenski, Valerie Schmid, Krista Marcin, Jennifer Bongers, Patricia Zehner, Jamey LaSota, Nicole Davies, Julie Agresti, Amy McLeish, Suzanne Provenzano, Heather Weyman, Kelli Houseman, Laura Navas 124 Greeks Greeks 125 T K E TAU KAPPA EPSILON First Row: Michael Regul, Phil Swartz, Mattthew Davis, Jeff Bruggeman, Brian Marciniak, Elizabeth Mash - Sweetheart, Scott Stewart, Michael Powers, Gabe Stepanic. Second Row: John Shuman, Matt Brown, Rob Todorowski, Anthony Silvestri, Paul Welty, Patrick Panneblanco, Geoff Gray. Third Row; Chad MiUiron, Dirty D, Thomas Walsh, Dave Clark, Chris Allen, Mark Zeiler, Mike Reed, Craig Yingling, Tim Camas, Steve Sadowski, Gary Bishop, Cory McCracken z T A ZETA TAU ALPHA First Row: Ann McGaughey, Lyn Belford, Lori Marino, Corinne Serafini, Tara Ramirez, Crissa Malizia, Pam Ramsey, Jenny Silvers, Amy Opina. Second Row; Kimberly Wyland, Anita Romeo, Heather Holsinger, Tracey Wilson, Jen Norwood, Christine Pastierik, Melissa Davis, Tracey Clayton, Juliana McMeans, Tara Wojtczak, Stacey Sailer, Mary Peters, Alison Muck, Pam Gutowski, Susie Tudor, Joan McCann. Third Row; Lisa George, Amy Finnegan, Stacey Wilson, Jennifer Detore, Lynda Bauer, Shan Fills, Tracie Hess, Jennifer Johnson, Deena Barnett, Michelle Green, Laura Marston, Lisa Schettier, Deanna Loutzenhiser, Jodi Yandova 126 Greeks Greeks 127 $ 2 K PHI SIGMA KAPPA First Row: Joe Beredino, David Hunt, Mark Odenwald, Mark Sebunia. Second Row: Eric Krull, Keith Gephart, Mike Carey, Christopher Horner, Jason Dodd, Dean Stewart. Third Row: Brian DeLuch, Adam Stevens, Hoss, Carl Anderson "Andy", Jeff Thompson, Mark Geyer, Rich Harper. Fourth Row: Jason Nolan, Neil A, Dan Rametta, Dave Oliver, Andy Miller, Eric Reed, Paulie Shore, Rich Nadeja. On shoulders: Kevin Subunia and Gregg $ 2 2 PHI SIGMA SIGMA First Row: JoAnne DiClemente, Julie Smith, Lisa Mirowski, Shari Thomas, Lori Welch, Kim Faller, Tracy Rutter, Michelle Schmeider, Elizabeth Hagenbuch, Lisa Servesko, Zandra Klepfer, Dana Machen. Second Row: Cara Hogue, Sue Bissell, Jennifer Wolfe, Lani Miller, Karen Condron, Cherie Boedicker, Debbie Gross, Stacey Hoppel, Kathy Spotts, Laura J. Gatesman, Leslie Cathcart. Third Row: Tricia Firment, Stephanie Repasky, Marce Strandburg, Jen Maine, Sharon Hesidence, Debbie Mason, Bronwyn Piccolo, Lisa Stimmell, Sandy Garver. Fourth Row: Mary Kosobucki, Valerie Miller, Kelli Myers, Kristie Black, Kellyjo Osburn, Sherri White, Jodie Benninger, Stacy Rocco, Dana Murdock, Raquel Brown 128 Greeks Dave Capra Greeks 129 s T r SIGMA TAU GAMMA First Row: Bill Stoots, Art Walker, Craig Lucas - President. Second Row: Glenn Yetter, Scott Rhoades, Andy Dixon, Jack Fraser - Vice President Member- ship, Michael Kotek -Vice President Secretary. Third Row: Darren Everhart, Keith Chnupa - Vice President Finance, Chuck Adams, Shawn McClain - Vice President Education, Jay Tonini. A Z DELTA ZETA First Row: Wendy Shirey, Susan Carley, Michele Exley, Beth Borko, Alison PoUak, Becky Traveny, Bernie Gall, Laurie Venturella, Sandy Simmers, Denise Dudzinski, Gretchen Thomas. Second Row: Mindy Waltz, Beth Dougherty, Erin Davies, Kari Hill, Deejay Pottinger, Karen Morgan, Jen Earley, Kelly Cunningham, Kelly Day, Kim Cooper, Liz Mallik,Jodi Smith, Bridget Villani. Third Row: Christy Lee Kuchak, Diane Newvine, Heather Connelley, Nicole Remich, Christine Herman, Beth Swasta, Jamie Bero, Heidi Klimpke. Fourth Row: Crystal Knorr, Missy Moscatelli, Tammy Bornes, Candi Salvina, Melinda Sudik, Amy Fisher, name not given, Jen Olszewski, Beth Hackbart, Leslie Castelli, Sue Keas, Kristen Johnson, Shelly Pompe, Amy Kunis, Lisa Cafaro, Lisa Cartwright. 130 Greeks Greeks 131 2 $ E SIGMA PHI EPSILON First Row: Greg Gerlach, Eric Pascucci, Pat Crawley, Peter McGinley, Doug Diamond - Pledgemaster. Second Row: Paul Bonetti, Dave Wolfe - Secretary, Chris Carver - President, David Haines - Treasurer, Mike Slacktish, Scott Shoaf, Glenn Powell II. Third Row: Eric Zimmerman, Andrew Gray, Matt Sharrar, Shaun Taylor, Tim Brinton, Chris Lamorey, Kevin Beamon. $ A THETA PHI ALPHA First Row: Shannon Stahovic, Danielle Blossey, Traci Showers, Jen Kaczynski, Michele Lewis, Christina McKee, Tara Stahler, Christina Heitzenrater, Kristin Miller, Beth Zupsic, Billie Jo Weaver, Danielle Zampogna, Kim O'Link, Marcy Pracek. Second Row: Maggie Limberty, Heather Stuchell, Sandy Madden, Stacey Lucas, Wendy Adams, Patty Leithoef, Gary Thomas, Melanie Stroh, Carrie Hunt, Lorraine Knapp, Nancy MacDonald, Lori Frederick, Amy Sloan. Third Row: Lori Closson, Lisa Pistoria, Carianne Hauptman, Jennifer Stanczak, Kim Kearns, Danielle Lamantia, Teresa Tracey, Shannon Schneider, Jennifer Young, Nanci Rzepczynski, Rebecca Savage, Rachel Koscielniak, Reythe Nelson, Susan Richmond, Jacqueline Picklor, DeAnn Bernotas, Dana Ermold, Barb Chambers, Kathy McCartney. 132 Greeks Greeks 133 n /5P_ p « ^ ft «, r\ X THETA CHI First Row: T.D. Vernile, Jeff Gearhart, Brett Wise, Dino Damore, Michael J. Seder, Rinz Rinderle. Second Row: Aaron Foreman, Bradley C. Knoch, Kevin Battle, Shawn G. Sampson, Jeff "Seafood" Seyfried, Rick Prady, Dan Durkin. Third Row: Craig Bentz, Ron Lieb, Larry Thomas, Thanasi George, Chuck Gibson, Chris Messersmith, Rick Gladden, Matt Dejulia, Daryl Ickert, Chris DeStefano, Bob Tuten. 2 2 S SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA First Row: Pam Witas, Carrie Sharkins, Jenny Schrimper,Jill Crawford - Vice President, Thichele Smith, Sue Carettie. Second Row: Lisa Frutiger, Valerie Timet, Julie Foil - Secretary, Melissa Street - Treasurer, Kim Swab, Susan Baierl, CariLea Williams - President, Heather Ellis, Laurie Trageser, Teresa Williamson, Mary Lavelle. Third Row: Nancie Hunter, Gayle Gold, Lori Heystand, Debbie Archer, Chrissy Chandley, Paula Cypher, Tom Collins - Sweetheart, Heidi Sommers - Education Director, Missy Owens, Janice Zupsic, Alice Mazzetti. Fourth Row: Jen Curtin, Michelle Sabat, Shannon Fitzpatrick, Lisa Recker, Jennifer Panza, Brenda Miller, Jenn Hartman, Holly Potter, Theresa Lopinski, Lynn Svonavec, Kristen Davis, Jill Konopasek, Kelly Campbell, Jina Antonucci, Amy Linder. 134 Greeks Laura Sweetland Crissa Malizia Greeks 135 A X iteiL^-^ IH|^-^~-«if <9- >^ DELTA CHI First Row: Billy, Jeffrey M. Conner, Timothy Falso, John Rombold, Dean Caruso, BZ. Second Row: Mark Hefferan, Mike Hanratty, Dave Vioral, Al Redfoot, Bill Stoy, Andy Hornberger, Mike Z., H.I. Grimm. Third Row: Todd Plummel, Brian Snead, Jerry Palmer, Mr. Ed, Deek, Scott Fincher, Joe Smay, Milt Frano. Fourth Row: Jeremy Strong, Michael McNeirney, Bill Snyder, Bearded, J.B. Dixon, Ivan, Chris Jones, Konvo, Hewry, Hoov, Lerch K $ KAPPA THETA PHI First Row: Sharilyn Sutton, Kelli Smith, Helen Ann Skanderson, Jennie Casper, Marnie Lang- man, Jennifer Young, Erin Driscoll, Tara Bennett, LeeAnn Schatz, Melissa Bellows. Second Row: Elana Exler, Betsy Littlejohn, Megan Harris, Tessa Bajorek, Melissa Wingfield, Kath Steiger, John Spare, Denise Greco, Lisa Sanfilippo. Third Row: Lisa Domjanich, Anna Carless, Jenny Seery, Colleen McNally, Becky Aut, Nicole Cox, Becky Mosur, Gina Magliocchi, Stephanie McBride, Lorie Domjanich. 136 Greeks Greeks 137 r ft ffl THETA XI First Row: Stephen Pfisterer, Todd Jordan, Jody Holmes, PJ. Bickus, Grendal Johnson, Lon Fiscus, Shawn Alesi. Second Row: Dave Laudermilch, Chad Fuhrman, Mike Smith, Wiley Master, Brian Bowers, Mark Ordiway, Bob Haywood, Lyle Gardner, Alex Cian Frocco. Third Row: Robert McMaster, Gary Gilbert, Bart Balogh, Mark MusiUo, Bob Grundusky, Brian Wimer, Sean Bertsch, Keith Emich, Scott Devinney. Fourth Row: James Goehring, Dave Craig, Ken Walzer Jr., Brian DelCastello, David Lienhard, Craig Higby, Adam D. Bratis, Todd Stanko, Rodney Winters, Brian Elmquist, Patrick Buzzard, Kent Blum, Jim Sallay, Paulo Duarte. $ 2 PHI SIGMA First Row: Sean Foreman, Mario Spudic, Anh Nguyen, Ed Cyphers - Treasurer, David Reich - Recording Secretary. Second Row: Bill "K.O." Walkowski, John Ross - Corresponding Secretary, Jim Gibson, Joe Mazza, Carmine Harris - President, Jake Derlink, Tim D'Amico - Vice President. 138 Greeks Crissa Malizia Greeks 139 I F C INTER - FRATERNITY COUNCIL First Row: Adam Stevens, Tom McDermott, Jim Slater, Brian Marciniak, Brian Bowers, Damian Dourado, Al Redfoot, Jake Derlink. Second Row: Jodi Glenn, Jerry Joyce, Jim Roush, Jim Gibson, Todd Ashbaugh, Jeff Seyfried, Aaron Foreman, Jon Reiter, Vincent Delgross. Third Row: Darren Everhart, Scott Patton, Mike Carey, John Spare, Matt Davis, Brian G. DelCastello, Andrew Gray, Deno Castellano, Robert Jackson. A N H E PANHELLENIC COUNCIL First Row; Mickey Brest - Treasurer, Sharon Hesidence - Vice President, Susie Tudor - President, Rose Barr - Secretary, Liz Mallik - Historian, Laura Sweetland. Second Row: Angela Covatto, Marci White, Amy Nelson, Jennifer Glass, Lorie Domjanich, Sue Richmond, Stephanie Repasky. Third Row: Suzanne Provenano, Karen Condron, Christylee Kochak, Mary Peters, Kristen Davis, Heather Connelley, Kelly Brady, Jennifer Scharbach, Amy Sloan. 140 Greeks GREEK WEEK 1991 Phi Sigma Kappa dedicated their Greek Week victory to Brother Dan Rametta (pictured left) who passed away in the spring of 1991. FRATERNITIES First Place: PHI SIGMA KAPPA - 73 Second Place: TAU KAPPA EPSILON - 69 Third Place: DELTA CHI - 61 Fourth Place: THETA XI - 58 Fifth Place: SIGMA TAU GAMMA - 53 Sixth Place: THETA CHI - 40 Seventh Place: SIGMA CHI - 38 Eighth Place: KAPPA DELTA RHO - 37 Ninth Place: SIGMA PHI EPSILON - 22 Tenth Place: PHI SIGMA - 18 Eleventh Place: SIGMA TAU - 14 SORORITIES First Place: DELTA PHI EPSILON - 99 Second Place: ALPHA SIGMA TAU - 74 Third Place: DELTA ZETA - 61 Fourth Place: ZETA TAU ALPHA - 56 Fifth Place: SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA - 48 Sixth Place: PHI SIGMA SIGMA - 30 Seventh Place: THETA PHI ALPHA - 27 Eighth Place: ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA - 25 Ninth Place: KAPPA THETA PHI - 22 Greeks l4l WHAT A WEEK Gissa Mslizia 142 Greeks TO BE GREEK! Greeks 143 AN ARRAY OF 144 Groups OPPORTUNITIES Groups 145 PENNSYLVANIA STATE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION First Row; Keith Brosious, Susan Cata- lano, Lisa Gagliano, Susan Hirsch Second Row: Colette Donachy, Maria DiSanto, Amy Blews, Janet Moyer, Ste- fanie D'Amore CLARION INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION First Row: Tatsuya Matsubara, Kavan Weerasinghe, Chulvat Narinthrangura, Claudio Fernandez Estebenet, Rodrigo Aranda, Midori Oba Second Row: Samir Shaikh, Paulo Duarte, Shalini Mitra, Cathia Palmer, Ru- dra K. De', Jessica Bernard, Cesar Sal- dana, Gyorgy Major Third Row: Hanspreet Singh, Sharad La- hoti, Hemant Krishna, Avutala N. Reddy, Roger Fanchamps, Dujvat Narinthran- gura, Nirupa William, Hideko Suzuki, Mikako Sato A A a AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION First Row: Pam Witas-Vice President of Fundraising, Amy Mauck- President, Ilyse Schoenfeld-Vice President of Non- profit Director Activities, Jody Hartley - Fundraising Second Row: Brandee Payne -Advertising Director, Tracey Kasa, Colin Brown- Vice President of Communications, Courtney Woods- Vice President of Membership, Jennifer Davis -Fundraising Director STUDENT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION First Row: Claudine Sinoply, Angela Cur- ry, Lynne Brubaker Second Row: Stephanie Kurlej, Mick Keller, Lisa Doyle, Kellie Sarvey, Tammy Pears Third Row: Monica Dively, Sally Stornes, Marcy Burgert, Kimberly Bush, Amy McHenry, Heather Kichko PHI ALPHA THETA Membership: Greg Pavick Laphonda Lenhart Mary Salony Dr. Edward Duffy BACCHUS First Row: Robin Stager, Jen Maine, Brandee L. Payne Second Row: Amy Wisneski, April Miller, Michelle Watts, Lesley Rhodes Third Row: Lynn Clark, Liana Stafford, Jen Raffensberger, Peterina DiFlorio, Debbie Mason Groups 147 ARETE Membership: Barb Booth Denise Humes Michele Sonney Nancy Rieder KOINONIA First Row: Lisa Taylor, Rob Patton, Shannon Ralston, Tom Farabaugh, Ar- lene Griffiths, David Groot, Catherine Ramsey, Jorge Mesen Jimenez, Tracey Weisel, George Thomas Second Row: Debbie Workman, AUyson Meyers, Mykki George, Nancy Jacobs, Susan Peters, Crystal Stewart, Debbie Weinheimer, Joey Payne, Susan Podlaski Third Row: Denise Humes, Lori Redon- do. Shelly Wagner, Scott Wagner, Ro- berta Orr, Theresa Bielanin, Reverend Jay Flagg- Advisor, Keith Balesk, Steve Wil- liams, Doug O'Neil, Clifford Knox, Joel Mayers, Andy Rogers, Kristen Iman SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT First Row: Mick KoUer- President, Stephanie Repasky- Vice President, Lisa Doyle- Vice President of Publicity and Programs, Kimberly Kennedy, Jeff Kypta- Vice President of Membership, Chrissy Gnibus- Secretary /Treasurer, Mrs. Joy Kennedy- Advisor Second Row: Karen Musante, Stella Gary, Michele Peterson, David R. Bor- uch, Kelly Knick, John Cavolic, Gretchen Scheid n ^ CLARION CALL First Row: Heidi Grossi, Deanna Raul- ston, Mamie Vogel, Tracey Schmid, Alisa Ford Second Row: Vicicy Tyson, Christopher Horner, Ron Bickel, Rich Otterman, Mr. Arthur Barlow- Advisor, Harry Hartman RUSSIAN CLUB First Row:JuU Reuther, Karina Blose, Dr. Dilara Nikoulin, Patty Hauber Second Row: Erin Davies, FeUce Walker, Alex Giroski, Melanie Benn PHI ETA SIGMA First Row: Jennifer Ibach, Suzanne Kaiser, Traci Shields, Karen Vinski Second Row: Kathy Spotts, Nichole Beck, Eric Reed Groups 149 ACCOUNTING CLUB First Row: Tom McDivitt, Lisa Tepsic, Sam Vastano, Diane Henry, John Schle- gel - Vice President of Membership, Dan Wilicins Second Row: Tom WooUey, Troy An- tonik, Mona Ritz - Career Placement Lia- sion, Tracey Matvey - President, Rob Barron - Vice President of Meetings, Derek Nolan - Treasurer, Greg Yashinski Third Row: Kim Taylor, John Elias, Diane Borden, Jamie Torquato, Craig Hemminger, Marci Johnston, Jacques Taylor, Len Salvatore, Jennifer Payne, Kathy McCauley LAMBDA SIGMA First Row: Nancy Jacobs, Jennifer James, Barb Reed Second Row: Angela Sadley - Corre- sponding Secretary, Janice Zupsic • Vice President, Krista Grosick, Stephanie Orr Third Row: JayAnne Stahlman, RJ. Feicht - Social, Chris Machmer- Record- ing Secretary, Valerie Zahniser, Amber McCrea RETURNING ADULTS AND COMMUTER STUDENTS Pictured: Sara Ford, Dave Heath, Denny Rifenber- rick, Patti Eshbaugh, Mary Carter, Shirley Pierce, Bev Miller, Theola Cogswell, Leanne Snyder, Sherry Bailey, Teresa Schwarz, Missy Wolfgong, Sue Caylor, Wendy Mays, Joyce Parker, Darlene Hartman, Donna Poljanec, Blair Hind- man, Tom Shorts, Michelle Cairns, Becky Holquist, Vonda Ruditis, Debbie Pen- man, Deb HoUis, Carol Knapp, Kathy Bish, David Westover, Evelyn Stuck, Ma- ria Bessetti, Michael Haney, Dale LoUey, Sue Courson 150 Groups KAPPA DELTA PI First Row; Clinton Runyan, Keith Bro- sious, Maria DiSanto, Julie Shirey Second Row: Mary M. Keller, Mary Jo Huckabone, Kate Colna, Rose Barr, Su- san Hirsch, Susan Catalano, Janet Moyer WCUC-FM First Row; Amy Barr, Keith Makeyenko, Sarah Keeler, Tim Petro - Program Di- rector, Chad Fisher - Headbanging Director Second Row; Betsy Littlejohn, Kath Stei- ger, Kevin Battle, Kelly Gribus - Public Relations Director, Tammy Marshall, Vicki Dunkle Third Row; Dan Coyle, Jay Elias, Joe Rainey, Jasen S. Sedunov - Promotions Director, Tom Burke - News Director, Richie "Coach" Summerville, Eric Karlovich WCUB TV5 Pictured; Steve Chenevey, Dan Dieter, Curt Burich, Dan Coyle, Renata Troiani, E. J. Seergae, Cindy Crawford, Janine Hayward, Rob Todorowski, Heather Kunkler, Hope Kavoosi, Joseph Rainey, Matt Gottshalk - Station Manager, Thomas Smith, Larry Nibbling, Maura Lonergan, Lisa Paitz, and Tim Downs. Groups 151 ^ SEQUELLE First Row: Deanne Rethi, Kevin Sebunia, Patrick Kaiile Second Row: Melissa Wingfield, Elaine Rebick, Melanie Hoffman, Crissa Malizia, Diane Benn Third Row: Inez Baker -Advisor, Kellie Whalen, Chris Cancelmi, Jeff Tillich, Tessa Bajorek, Wendy Schaffner BLACK STUDENT UNION First Row: Tarron Thomas, Stacey Wil- liams, Leslie Woods, Tywanda King, An- gela Shute, Damian Dourado Second Row: Ralph C. Watkins- Director of Minority Affairs, Cyndi Jeffries, Alicia McCray, Anne Lihav-N'Kanza, John Derrick Lovelace, Tonya L. Sims, Tina Stallworth-Offley, Karen Nesmith SOCIETY FOR COLLEGIATE JOURNALISTS First Row: Anahid Berberian, Vicki Dun- kle- President, Val Porter- Treasurer, Steve Chenevey Second Row: Tim Downs, Jamal Cole- man, Kevin Battle 152 Groups ® © • STUDENT SENATE First Row: Emily Sweetman, Barbie McKee, Rori Wisniewski Second Row: Maureen McDonough, Monica Douglas - Vice President, Jenni- fer A. Yaple - President, Kelly Boyle - Secretary Third Row: Lynnette Hervol, Kevin Se- bunia, Johnny Owens, Gina Cutruzzula, Diane Gomo TAU BETA SIGMA First Row: Angela Sadley, Lynn Nova- koski - Vice President, Cindy Shields, Mary Stewart, Tracy Dangel Second Row: Kimberly Bradshaw, Anni Dorfi, Bonnetta Edwards - President, Kelli-Jo Matson, Erin Moschgat - Corre- sponding Secretary Third Row: Gwyn Wingate - Recording Secretary, Cindy Scully, Lisa Zimmerman, Tracy Rutter, Valerie, Mayes, Cindy Johnson - Historian, Jana Schmidt - So- cial Director I KAPPA KAPPA PSI First Row: Michael Schreck, Todd Kar- enbauer, Dana Daisley, Christine Couhta, Katrisa Helmick, Steve Raisley Second Row: Ken Jewell, Matt Bowser, Rachel Mowry, John Wellington, Don Henry, Stanley E. Smith, Pat Ishler, Mike Koziel, Carol Anne Hallinen Third Row: Jay Elias, Michael D. Krach, Curtis Rumbaugh, Jeff Cooke, Thomas Bowser, Rob Best, Rob Rubisch, Jerry McCuUer, Mike Maysilles Groups 153 WCUB TV5 PRODUCERS Pictured; Joe Rainey Thomas Smith Tim Downs Matt Gottshalk Joe Pavlok CLARION UNIVERSITY DANCE TEAM First Row: Sandra DiMenno, Patricia Wolovich - Captain Second Row; Kelli Mills, Michelle Hein- rich, Michelle Sperduto, Bonnie Kaiser Third Row; Kerry Kunselman, Elizabeth Melnick, Chrissy Perinis, Jodi Bailey, Kristin Kortyna BIOS CLUB Membership: Eric Friedman Bob Borer Dr. Edward Zielinski Hitesh Patel Barb Booth Dr. Peter Dalby 154 Groups i jwwMii'iipy' ' ~ ^4^ f\ SCIENCE FICTION/FANTASY CLUB First Row: Darren Johnson, D.J. Sylvis - President, Matt Winger Second Row: John Kozalc, Mike Breitic- reutz, Tim Reiter, Kim Flani<, Kevin Eye Third Row: Rick Cotter, Kathleen Lucas AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY First Row: Robert Eakin, Darlene Perry, Nicole Beck,Janelle Brion, Steve Kennef Second Row: Dr. Larry Bering - Advisor, Shari Thomas, Tammi Karata ALPHA MU GAMMA First Row: Trina Hess - Treasurer, Eileen Whitney, Nichole Yahres Second Row: Ana D'Onofrio - President, Martha Nuhfer - Vice President, Megan Myford Third Row: Erika Kluesener - Sponsor, Chris Machmer, Felice Walker, Paulette Lauver - Secretary Groups 155 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION First Row: Amy Schmader, ReNae Ros- sey, Melissa Brzezinski, Sallyann Price, John McKee Second Row: Robert Stupe, Rusty Flynn, Mike Haluska, Eric Shick, Mano) Tewani, Kapil Kitanna FRENCH CLUB First Row: Krista Bishop, Christopher Heinze, Dr. Pierre Fortis, Cheryl Brosius, Becky Peterson Second Row: Jennifer Laber, DeAnn Gould, Christopher Machmer, Valerie Habracken, Marcel Cella BETA BETA BETA First Row: Janeen Czolba, Shane Vath, Marge D. Dominic Second Row: Karen Raybuck, Dr. Kate Eggleton - Faculty Advisor, Luann Berry 156 Groups GERMAN CLUB First Row: Jacqueline Beale - Treasurer, Meredith Brady, Chris McKay - Presi- dent, Brigittejosefczyk, TamaraJ. Snyder Second Row: Dr. Erika Kluesener - Ad- visor, Jennifer Heiles, Kathy McCleary, Megan Stecklair - Secretary, Trina Hess MADRIGAL SINGERS First Row: Angelo Salvo, Joe Beredino, Luke Crawford, Ken Jewell Second Row: Jean Schoenbaum, Shelly Huffman, Heather Linder, Lynnette Wimer, Erin Murphy, Cherie Boedicker Third Row: Tammy Sheffler, Melissa Jo Wetzel, Scott Manbeck, Shane Knott, Ja- son Papinchak, Julie Greer, Bridget McCleary, Mulitin Lazich - Director UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES BOARD First Row: Hal Wassink, Rudra K. De' - Secretary, Hope Kavoosi - Vice Presi- dent, Laura Marston - President, Lori Blake - Financial Coordinator, David Tomeo - Advisor Second Row: Cheryl Shrauder - Union Activities Chairperson, Cynthia Pellock, Christina Richter - Publicity, Judy Spangler - Arts Committee, Jim To- metsko, Nichole Cox - Concert Commit- tee, Ralph C. Watkins Groups 157 ENGLISH CLUB First Row: Kann Kearns, Melissa Jeg- linski, Juli Olson, Kate Colna, Mike McDermott Second Row: Tina Diguilio, Julie Bat- tista, Andy Mills, Greg Goston, Bill Ag- lietti, Rebecca Novak SOCIETY FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Membership: Majorie Vernon John Patterson Art Klose Lenette Seibel WCCB First Row: Melissa J. Caraway, Amy Ger- kin, Ed Ambrass, Amy Matson, Jacy Mundok, Alan Vaughn, Michael Seig- worth, Doug Demosi, Tom Farabaugh, Terry "madman" McCalla Second Row: Trevor Johnson, Karen Wright, Laurie Anderson, Shannon Skumra, Chris Cancelmi, Ken Walzer Jr., Mykki George, Amy Brown, Bryan Bennett Third Row: Michelle Handa, Holly Jor- dan, Jim Fortino, Theresa Bielanin, Mir- anda Conrad, DeAnn Gould, Jennifer Bates, Chris Kuzma, Patrick Buzard, Chad Johnson, John P. Murray, Kimber- lee D. McCoy, Scott Johnson, Dean Vaz- zana, David A. Riley .%^ ^^^O fl Oil ^^j 158 Groups JEWISH STUDENT ASSOCIATION Membership: Sharon Rabinowitz - Secretary Eric Friedman - President INTERHALL COUNCIL First Row: Bobbi Bates, Debbie Folcman, Kristie Haas Second Row: Julie Burfield, Eric Karlo- vich, Jeff Tillich, Ken Cowlter Third Row: Chris Temple, Lou Bufalini, Steve Custer, Kevin Mukula, Keri Shea ALPHA PHI OMEGA First Row: Dan Ryan, Marcia Rettig, Scott Spindler, Lisa Long, Marilyn Pan- coast, Janet Holshue, Eric Luxxier Second Row: Karen Wright, Julie Harris, Lisa Paitz, Michael Baer, Sherry Sukits, BiUy Beckwith Third Row: Danielle Dodge, Ann Wis- neski, Kelly Benedict, Scott Rickley, Lisa Doyle, Christine Peters, Susan Catalano, Monica L. Luciano Groups 159 sports Gridiron action between Clarion and Indiana is shown at a home game. Unfortunately, the Golden Eagles fell prey to the Indian's wrath. As a Clarion swimmer starts off the block, the coach carefully analyzes his form. The men's swim team finished third at NCAA Division II Nationals; the women finished fifth. The men's swim team prepares for the Season. 160 Sports "SPORTS ILLUSTRATED trademark and format by 'P'" permission of the publisher, Time Inc." heerleadin^ and Dance Team jp — The Clarion University Cheerleaders and Dance Team are dedicated to promoting school spirit during athletic events, as well as performing in such activities as the Autumn Leaf Festival and Homecoming. The cheering squad and dance team consist of dedicated members who put long hard hours into every single performance. The cheering squad begins its training during summer in which they participate in cheering camps. The dance team members also begin to prepare for the season early and are involved in college dance competitions. Both squads are always ready to give 100% at every event in which they participate. -Trisha Wo- iovich 52 Sports Sports 163 F ootball Clarion head football coach Gene Sobolewski start- ed his 8th season as the Golden Eagle mentor and his 20th season at Clarion on September 8th at Fairmont State. The Golden Eagles were led by pre -season All- American James "Bo" Hamlett.Jacque DeMatteo and Mike Carter through the four home games and six away contests of the season. The 1990 team features 13 starters and 31 lettermen. The Golden Eagles ended the 1990 season playing the University of Northern Iowa on November 10th. It was Clarion's first game against an NCAA Division I - AA school. The bout was also the Golden Eagles first venture onto artificial turf and domed stadium. 164 Sports «,'^ ff^i^^ ^0 ",-^^ c4i' ^^a4i%l> %^" ^^'^ ^L S Sports 165 olleyball Front row; Wendy Ellenberger, Tammi Bill. Amy Fry, Linda Cunningham, Stephanie Beary. Row 2: Erica Homan, Jennifer Pietronigro, Trina Bolyar, Juhe Bentz. Back row: Assistant Coach Diana Schwartz, Barbara Mellinger, Sue Holcombe, Jodi Pezek, Carrie Walker, Denise Layton, Coach Sue Flaherty. 166 sports Sports 167 ennis Led by the always positive and effervescent first year head coach, Terry Acker, the Golden Eagles have put together an impressive 11-0 dual meet record this Fall. Acker stated that the motto for the year would be to play hard, play smart and have fun; which they obviously accom- plished. Clarion posted a total of five shutout wins by 9- margins, two by 8-1 scores and another by a 7-2 margin. The Golden Eagles won its 5th straight PSAC Women's Tennis Team Title. Held at the Penn Briar tennis club in Erie, Pa., Clarion scored 28 team points, edging Shippensburg who scored 27 points for second place. "I really felt we won the title with an outstand- ing team effort," praised Acker. "We received a strong challenge but our women were mentally tough and extremely focused throughout the weekend. We showed a lot of poise and character and I am extremely proud of each member of this team." Acker also Clarion's Assistant Women's Basket- ball coach, replaces Norb Baschnagel, who built the Eagle tradition over the past eight seasons but decided to step down during the Summer. -Heidi Jo Smith 1990 Tennis Team. Kneeling: Marianne Martin, Colleen Ed- wards, Jennifer Keil, Roxann Milton. Standing: Shara Wolko- mir, Lori Berk, Natalie Neelan, Carolyn Vallecorsa, Tammy Myers, Lori Kohn. 168 Sports c sports 169 M en's Cross Country **^^*»SII^** 170 Sports omen's Cross Country ^•Him^ restling Clarion's Golden Eagle Wrestlers had a com- mendable 1990- 1991 season. Head coach Bob Bubb and assistant coach Ken Nellis led the team to finish its dual meet season with an 8-9-2 overall record, won PSAC Team Championships, placed a strong 2nd at EWL's and 17th at NCAA Division I Nationals. Individually, there were many outstanding ef- forts. Junior CO -captain, Kurt Angle (HWT) won EWL Title, was voted outstanding wrestler at the Ohio Open Championships, and placed 2nd at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Nationals. Sophomore co-captain, John Dasta (134 lbs.), was 2nd at PSAC's, a champion at EWL's, and 2-2 at Nation- als. Sophomore Nick Pendolino (126 lbs.) placed 2nd at EWL's and posted a 1-2 Nationals record. Freshman Moss Grays (150 lbs.) won PSAC Championships, 2nd EWL's and made his first ap- pearance at Nationals. Junior Scott Henry (158 lbs.) placed 2nd at PSAC's, 3rd at EWL's, and made his first trip to Nationals. Junior Erik Burnett (118 lbs.) finished 2nd in PSAC's, 4th EWL's and 2-2 at Nationals. Clarion was ranked 14th in the AWN/Coaches Poll. Coach Bob Bubb had this to say, "I was very pleased with the team's overall performance. The big thing now is to take the lessons learned and apply them to a strong off-season program so we can do even better in the lS)91-92 season." -Laurie Struchen 172 Sports 1990-1991 Clarion University Wrestling Team. Front: Corey John E)asta, Jeremy Hoffman. Row 3: Moss Grays, Mike Jones, Erik Burnett, Luke Shocklee, Kyle Wolfe, Roger Herr, McCleary, Bryant Styfert, Tony Whiren, Justin Kuzemka, JJ. Jim Morette, Frank Geraci. Row 2: Robert Spratt, Joe Caliman, Stanbro, Scott Henry. Row 4:Jeff Styer, E)an Payne, Joe Razanc, Eddie Palmer, Mike Richner, Dennis DiPietro, Steve Krouse, Rob Sintobin, Chris Shaw, Dave Burandt, Kurt Angle. Sports 173 174 Sports Sports 175~ en's Basketball Ron Righter, third season basketball coach, started the 1990-1991 season with a young and talented team. The roster included ten first year players who were eager to show their talent. The Golden Eagles had their best record since the 1980- 1981 team with a 16-10 overall record and a 5-7 mark in the PSCA-West. Nine new records were set this season which included scoring average (89.6), most rebounds (1213), most points made (256) and attempted (666). Leading the way for Clarion was first team, PSAC-West forward David Cruse who scored a season total of 583 points. Kwame Morton was Clarion's top freshman and top freshman in the entire PSAC. Morton earned "Rookie of the Week" award a record seven times in the west.- Timothy Downs 176 Sports Ml#p Sports 177 1990-1991 Clarion University Men's Basketball Team: Mike Archer. Joey Brauer, Basil Martin, Bret Grebowsky, Dave Woj- ciechowski, Tyrone Fennoy. Standing: Kwame Morton, Paul Vizza, Adam Bratis, Craig Williams, David Uniacke. Eric Stea- pie, Mark McCarthy, David Cruse. 178 Sports Sports 179 Candids 180 Sports Sports 181 wimming The Clarion Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Teams, led by head coach Bill Miller, con- tinued their quality performances this year. Clarion Women's Swimming and Diving Team finished 5th at the NCAA Division II National Championships. The fifth place finish was a strong ending to an incredibly successful rebuilding sea- son for Miller and the Golden Eagles. This season Clarion won its 16th straight PSAC Title and placed 5th at Nationals while having only one senior on the roster. "I couldn't be happier about our performances at States and Nationals," commented coach Miller. "Our team worked hard and focused on our state and national goals from the start of the season. Their accomplishments speak for themselves and I believe they deserve all of the credit." The Clarion University Men's Swimming and Diving team continued their quality NCAA Divi- sion II performances by placing 3rd at the Division II National Championships. Along with the many accomplishments, the Clarion Diving coach David Hrovat was named as the NCAA Division II Men's Diving "Coach of the Year." The third place finish for the Golden Eagles at the Division II Nationals tied for the best finish the Golden Eagles have had. "I thought our men's swimmers had an out- standing meet," complimented Miller. "All ten of our men who went to nationals had an outstanding meet, plus came home with All -America honors." - Heidi Jo Smith nu»W»^W»«^^^*«^^**" l^U^^. 1990-1991 Clarion University Women's Swimming and Diving Team: Row I: Dana Woody. Tina Betz, Donna Patrick, Stephanie Kent, Debbie Kelly, Nancy Conroy. Row 2: Erin Dougherty, Kashi; Orlando, Becky Jushchyshyn, Beth Lessin, Denise Butterweck, Justine Gibbons, Jennifer Landis. Row 3: Nanci Rzepczynski, Kendrs Raymond, Cindy Wonka, Dina Maylor, Barbara McKee, Deborah Walker. 182 Sports And Diving Sports Infonnacion . 1990-1991 Clarion University Men's Swimming and Diving Team: Row 1: Erin Dougherty, John Oieksak, Mitch Horton, Heath Cook, Greg Cunningham, Julian BoUing. Roe 2: Rob Reda, Rick Bull, Jeff Balcom, Keith Makeyenko, Jason Miller, Rob Wetmorc, Matt Jones. Row 3: John Traube, Rob Walker, Dave Pae, Oky Fontana, Curt Burich, Matt Benton, Eric Ritzert. Row 4: Nanci Rzepzynski, Dan Stoner, Steven Darby, Tim Winchell, Chris Glann, Mike Bingaman, Jim Tchoukaleff, Dave Sheets. Sports 183 jj laseball 184 Sports Sports 185 ,S I oftball 186 Sports Ciissa Malizia ^ ' 4MJt ^Jk '-^^\^ J. Sports 187 w omen s Basketball Head Coach Margaret "Gie" Parson, who was named PSAC-West "Coach of the Year" for the 19S'0-1991 regular season, lead the Golden Eagles to their best season on record. The team won nineteen of twenty -six games, won the conference championship and gained a NCAA berth, showing Parson deserved the honor. Clarion set four NCAA Division II records including most three points in a single game (21), most three points made by two teams (25), most three points attempts in a single game (48). Shelly Respecki, Shannon Coakley and Leatha Dudeck all broke records during the season. Re- specki broke the single season assist record. Coak- ley set two new records. The first was the single season scoring record, the second was for the most three point shots attempted and made. Dudeck lead the team in steals and rebounds as well as setting the new single season record for rebound- ing. -Timothy Downs 188 Sports Sports 189 190 Sports 191 Sports MeUnie Hoffman 192 Sports Band left; Trumpet players perform in a unique style during a home football game. below: Golden Girl, Tracie Hess, shows her enthusiasm while preparing for half time activities. The Clarion University Marching and Pep Bands have helped to keep the spirit going at various sporting events. The marching band performed during half time football games, both home and away. Doninic Peyton, in his third year as drum major, led the band down Main Street for the ALF parade. Directed by Stanley F. Michalski, assisted by Lawrence J. Well, the band led the fans in spirit by playing songs such as "Hang on Sloopy" while dancing. The Pep Band consisted of a group of musicians from the marching band. They played at wrestling matches and also kept up the excitement at the basketball games. -Amy Stewart, Laurel Allison Band members; Donna Sporny, Bobbie Raybuck, Lynn No- vakoski, Valerie Miller, Brian Barckley, Jason Muccino, An- gela Sadley, Amy Servey, Rebecca Davis, Wendy Guyton, Kari Koebrick, Steve Raisley, Rob Best, Jana Schmidt, Kelli Matson, Lisa Zimmerman, Jennifer Sarver, Robert Colbert, Ken Jewell, Mike Krach, Tracie Hess, Terry Matvey, Tracie Matvey, Joyce Yeany, Deanna Rape, Rori Wisniewski, Heath- er Holsinger, Julie Davison, Jennifer Bertovich, Bonnie Ed - wards, Mary Stewart, Chris Mazur, Dan Charlton, Valerie Mayes, Shawn Lehman, Julie Krugier, Robert Heichel, Todd Karenbauer, Christi ne Couhta, Stephen Kahley, Cindy Scully, Amy Walz, Krista Sweetland, Michelle Schmeider, Tricia Fir- ment, Ron Fye," Amy Bubenheim, Kim Bradshaw, Beth Host- vedt, Dana Machen, Katrina Helmick, Holly Sell, Sharon Schutt, Krista Grosick, Ann Nelson, Amy Stewart, Tracy Dangel, Melissa Webster, Coby Mahlon, JoAnne DiClemente, Amy Wiles, Hilary Martwinski. Amber McCrea, Lori Pion, Bridgot McCleary, Kathi Sheaffer, Meghan Affolter, Anne Dorfi, Cindy Shields, Melissa Verelest, Christopher Huff, Steve Juhnke, Tracey Schmid, Jennifer Ord, Rachel Mowry, Natalie Zajac, Kelly Lawton, Laurel Allison, Robin Kline, Lisa McCartney, Michelle Lanier, Stanley Smith, Mike DeVal- lence. Jay Elias, Rob Rubisch, Mike Maysilles, Mike Schreck, Tom McDivitt, Jason Sedunov, Mike Drozdo, Carrie Fyda, Tracy Rutter, Arlene Griffiths, Dina Baldacchino, Tracey Bar- nett, Lynn Maruskin, Melissa Wetzel, Mellissa Schwer, Gwyn Wingate, Lisa Hummel, Steve Crone, Jon Gregory, Dave Phillips, Tressa Shearer, Matt Bowser, Rene VoUmer, Don Henry, Jenny Moore, Pat Ishler, Curtis Rumbaugh, Erin Moschgat, John Wellington, Jeff Cooke, Carl Jones, Pam Nelving, Mike Koziel, Fred Montanaro, Jerry McCuller, Lisa Perry, Tom Bowser, Cindy Johnson, Carol Hallinen, Ed Cun- ningham and Dana Daisley. ^^^ ^^^^^ Jnsidc Tftis Jssue Senior Elementary Education major Bert Ginther, is trying to escape reality under the covers in his University Apartments. Some nosey neighbor just won't let him sleep! Senior Marketing majors Steve Reich and Dave Fetzner are seen here blowing off some steam as they take a break from their A.D.M. study group. 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White Elementary Education Vincent Edward White Accounting Nadira William Finance Shakila William Marketing Cari Lea Williams Elementary Education Steven Todd Williams Secondary Education/ Math/Physics Timothy Robert Williams Political Science Lynnette Suzanne Wimer Psychology Kathleen C. Winger CAIS Carl E. Winner Economics John Patrick Wnek Psychology Kevin Eugene Wolbert Accounting Patricia Lynne Wolovich Marketing dLM£ Leslie Victoria Woods Management Dana C. Woody Psychology Amy J. Wright Secondary Education/Math Marianne Wygant Secondary Education/ Social Studies/Library Science Yi-Jiun Yang Accounting Jennifer A. Yaple Communication Michelle L. Younken Elementary Education Michael E. Zelenski Marketing Kim Zimmerman Elementary Education Lisa Lynn Zimmerman Elementary Education Alex G. Zinz Geography Senior Royality Senior Robin Mulig was bestowed the honor of becoming Clarion University's 1990-91 homecoming queen. This an- nouncement was made at the homecoming dance on Thursday October 11, 1990, which was held in Tippin Gymnasium. Robin, an elementary education major, is also a mem- ber of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority. She is from Pittsburgh and is a 1987 graduate of Chartiers Valley High School. Robin was crowned during the halftime festivities on Saturday October 13, where the Golden Ea- gles football team hosted Lockhaven. Melanie Hoffman 223 AGAZINE CREDITS \ The Sequelle staff would like to thank the following Publications for making this year- book possible: Reprinting of Forbes logo and name by permission of Forbes magazine, ® Forbes Inc., 1S>90. LIFE title and format used with permission of the Time Inc. Magazine Company. PEOPLE is a trademark of the Time Inc. Magazine Company and is used by special permission. SMITHSONIAN title and cover style is used with special permission. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED trademark and format by permission of the publisher. Time Inc. TIME title and format by permission of the publisher, The Time Inc. Magazine Company. Sports Sequelle Editors Kevin Sebuna Co -editor of Seniors Kelly Whalen Co -editor of Seniors and Assistant editor Jeff Tillich Co-editor of Academics Wendy Schaffner Co-editor of Academics Chris Cancelmi Co-editor of Sports DeAnne Retti Co -editor of Sports Pam Moore Co-editor of Student Life Tammy Mellor Co-editor of Student Life Elaine Rebick Co-editor of Student Life and Edi- tor-in-Chief Spring 1S)91 Pat Kahle Co-editor of Groups and Greeks Dianne Benn Co -editor of Groups and Greeks Student Life Seniors iS '^H ^ r ^ ■ C|yg| I^B ^^^^S9* ^ H ^Pv WB ^HL -.. > J H w\ 1 Hp^JPHp ^1 i 1 v/. y L .v// I^IHH^H ^ ^\ ^^^^^^^!^^ ^ P!P9il Crissft Milizta Groups and Greeks Academics Colophon CLARION UNrVERSn 3 9363 00395 6122 M/IR 1 3 1992 The 1991 Sequelle, Volume 82 was published by Jostens Printing and Publishing. Our photography company is Davor Photography. Davor photographed the senior pictures. Picture Yourself and some campus candids. The cover piaure was taken by Crissa Malizia. The type style used is Zapf Chancery. The cover design was done by Inez Baker, using Aldus Pagemaker program. The section divider pictures were taken by: Academics by Elaine Rebick Fine Arts by Elaine Rebick Groups and Greeks by Scott Shoaf Seniors by Melanie Hoffman Sports by Crissa Malizia Student Life by Elaine Rebick The magazine covers were prepared on an IBM PS/2 computer by Inez Baker with the permission of: Reprinted Excerpted Adapted by permission of Forbes Magazine. C Forbes Inc., 1991. Life title and format used with permission of The Time Inc. Magazine Company. "People is a trademark of The Time Inc. Magazine Company and is used by special permission." Smithsonian Magazine "SPORTS ILLUSTRATED trademark and format by permission of the publisher, Time Inc." Time title and format by permission of the publisher. The Time Inc. Magazine Company. The typestyles of the book: folio tabs as 10 points, body copy as 10 points, and picture credits as 6 points, were used throughout the book. All copy is done in a three column format. All funds received by the Sequelle are allocated by Student Senate. Many thanks go to ever^-one who participated in the 82nd edition of the Sequelle: Inez Baker our advisor, Larry Intihar our Jostens representative, Jim Rainey our Davor representative, Hal Wassink, Lee Krull, and Student Senate. Also thanks to the section editors and all the staff members. Crissa Malizia Photography editor Elaine Rebick Editor-in-Chief Spring 1991 Melanie Hoffman Editor-in-Chief Fall 1990 Inez Baker Yearbook advisor COLOPHON N-> \"..-'